Community Programs

The City of Aliso Viejo partners with a variety of organizations and local schools to provide recreation and social programs to our residents of Aliso Viejo.

Capistrano Valley Boys and Girls Club – The Capistrano Boys and Girls Club, Aliso Viejo Branch provides an after school and summer program at the Iglesia Community Center. Programs are for youth and teens which include homework assistance, arts/crafts, sports, games, social development, character building and special activities. Click to view Monthly Boys & Girls Calendar.

Laguna Beach Boys and Girls Club Bus Transportation – The Laguna Beach Boys and Girls Club picks up youth after school from all public elementary and middle schools in Aliso Viejo and transports them to the Laguna Beach Boys and Girls Club. The City of Aliso Viejo assists with the funding of this bus transportation.

Saddleback Valley YMCA – The Teen YMCA program provides homework assistance before and after school at the Middle Schools located in Aliso Viejo. The program includes healthy snacks, lesson plans on healthy habits and making healthy choices.

Aliso Viejo Middle School – The City sponsors the “Falcon Focus Program,” which is held three days a week.

Don Juan Avila Middle School – “Homework Helps the Education and Learning Process (HELP)” is a before-school program that is funded by the City of Aliso Viejo.

Aliso Viejo Library Program – The City funds the literacy programs at the Family Resource Center that our conducted by the Aliso Viejo Library. Programs include Read for the Record, Picture Your Space, After School Club, Play and Learn, Puppet Theatre and Learn Out Loud!

Trauma Intervention Program – Trauma Intervention Program (TIP) is a group of trained volunteers who assist with support after a traumatizing incident.

Age Well Senior Services – This scholarship program provides additional days of service for Aliso Viejo Senior residents enrolled in the program, which also provides respite for caregivers.

Red Ribbon Week – The City of Aliso Viejo sponsors Red Ribbon Week, which is a “Say No To Drugs” program, by contributing funds for wristbands for all Aliso Viejo Schools.

OC Human Relations Council – Helps mediate conflict and build safe, inclusive communities and understanding along with developing diverse leaders within the community.

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